JEREMY DRUCKMAN WPT BORGATA WINTER POKER OPEN (LIVE STREAM) PROFILE

Jeremy Druckman

Jeremy Druckman

Career Stats

Earnings $182,514
Cashes 1
Final Tables 1
Titles 0
Tournaments Played 4

Current Standings

Est. Current Chipcount

Est. Average Chipcount
31,260,000

Current Chipleader
-

Chipcount History

Day 3
2,598,000

Day 4
6,170,000

Day 4-
5th

 

Hand #81: Jeremy Druckman Out in 5th Place ($182,514)

Level 34: 100,000-200,000, 25,000 ante

James Anderson raises from the cutoff to 425,000, Mike Gogliormella calls from the button, and Jeremy Druckman moves all in from the big blind for 4,875,000. Anderson moves all in over the top, and Gogliormella folds.

Druckman turns over Adiamond10heart, but he'll need to improve to stay alive against Anderson's KdiamondKspade.

The board comes Kclub8diamond4diamond5club2diamond, and Anderson wins the pot with a set of kings to eliminate Druckman in fifth place.

Jeremy Druckman  -  Out in 5th Place ($182,514)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Jeremy Druckman, James Anderson, Borgata, Season XI
05:05 PM, 02/01/13

WPT Player Bio: Jeremy Druckman

Level 34: 100,000-200,000, 25,000 ante

5759 Jeremy Druckman vs Mike Gogliormella
Seat 1:  JEREMY DRUCKMAN  -  6,170,000  (61 bb)

Jeremy Druckman is a 22-year-old professional poker player that is quite a long way from home. He is from Portland, Oregon originally, but attended the University of Pennsylvania to study Risk Management and Psychology. He has been playing poker for three years and he has two previous tournament cashes, which both came at the Borgata. The Borgata Winter Poker Open is his first World Poker Tour main event and he has made it a successful one (Druckman is guaranteed at least ($147,671). Druckman will have his girlfriend in the crowd supporting him today as he enters the final table in third chip position.

Sorted In: Jeremy Druckman, Borgata, Season XI
05:00 PM, 02/01/13

Hand #70: Jeremy Druckman Doubles Thru Andy Hwang

Level 33: 75,000-150,000, 20,000 ante

Andy Hwang min-raises under the gun to 300,000, Jeremy Druckman moves all in from the hijack for 2,780,000, and Hwang calls with AdiamondJspade. Druckman turns over 6diamond6spade, and it's a race situation.

The board comes Qdiamond8heart3spade8club4diamond, and the pocket sixes hold for Druckman to win the pot and double up in chips.

Seat 1.  Jeremy Druckman  -  5,905,000  (39 bb)
Seat 2.  Matthew Salsberg  -  1,575,000  (10 bb)
Seat 3.  Matt Haugen  -  8,020,000  (53 bb)
Seat 4.  James Anderson  -  5,955,000  (39 bb)
Seat 5.  Mike Gogliormella  -  2,640,000  (17 bb)
Seat 6.  Andy Hwang  -  7,045,000  (46 bb)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Jeremy Druckman, Andy Hwang Hwang, Borgata, Season XI
04:23 PM, 02/01/13

Hand #14: Matt Haugen Wins a 9M Pot vs. Jeremy Druckman

Level 31: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Andy Hwang min-raises from the cutoff to 200,000, Jeremy Druckman calls from the button, and Matt Haugen reraises from the big blind to 725,000. Hwang folds, and Druckman calls.

The flop comes 8club7diamond4spade, Haugen bets 800,000, Druckman raises to 1,695,000, and Haugen calls. The turn is the 5spade, and both players check.

The river is the Kdiamond, Haugen checks, Druckman bets 1,950,000, and Haugen calls. Druckman shows 9club9heart, but Haugen turns over QdiamondQspade to win the largest pot of the tournament so far -- more than 9 million in chips.

Seat 1.  Jeremy Druckman  -  2,460,000  (24 bb)
Seat 2.  Matthew Salsberg  -  3,450,000  (34 bb)
Seat 3.  Matt Haugen  -  11,240,000  (112 bb)
Seat 4.  James Anderson  -  6,170,000  (61 bb)
Seat 5.  Mike Gogliormella  -  1,855,000  (18 bb)
Seat 6.  Andy Hwang  -  5,785,000  (57 bb)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Matt Haugen, Jeremy Druckman, Borgata, Season XI
02:04 PM, 02/01/13

WPT Final Table: Player Bios

Level 31: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

5759 Jeremy Druckman vs Mike Gogliormella
Seat 1:  Jeremy Druckman  -  6,170,000  (61 bb)

Jeremy Druckman is a 22-year-old professional poker player that is quite a long way from home. He is from Portland, Oregon originally, but attended the University of Pennsylvania to study Risk Management and Psychology. He has been playing poker for three years and he has two previous tournament cashes, which both came at the Borgata. The Borgata Winter Poker Open is his first World Poker Tour main event and he has made it a successful one (Druckman is guaranteed at least $147,671). Druckman will have his girlfriend in the crowd supporting him today as he enters the final table in third chip position.



5266 Matthew Salsberg
Seat 2:  Matthew Salsberg  -  1,920,000  (19 bb)

Champions Club member Matthew Salsberg needs very little introduction. He won the WPT Grand Prix de Paris this past fall and he is in the running for WPT Season XI Player of the Year. This will be Salsberg's second WPT final table and his third cash on the tour. In addition to his win in Paris, Salsberg also took 42nd place at the Legends of Poker in Season X. Salsberg is also a Producer and Writer in Hollywood, where he formerly worked on the Showtime comedy Weeds. He has been playing in a lot more poker tournaments since the conclusion of that series and his success rate speaks for itself.



4147 Matt Haugen
Seat 3:  Matt Haugen  -  3,235,000  (32 bb)

Matt Haugen is a 27-year-old professional poker player from Ann Arbor, Michigan that currently lives in Chicago. He attended the University of Florida before getting into poker. Haugen has $169,485 in prize money and he will surely double that number with a cash today. Haugen begins in fourth chip position at the final table. This is his second WPT event and first cash on the tour.



5707a Jim Anderson
Seat 4:  James Anderson  -  7,830,000  (78 bb)

Jim Anderson enters today’s final table in second chip position. He is a 26-year-old poker professional who has been playing for six years. He is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and grew up in Ohio. He has over $800,000 in career earnings and his largest previous cash was a first-place finish at a World Series of Poker Circuit regional championship event at the Horseshoe Hammond casino that was good for $525,449. This is his first WPT final table.



5678a Mike Gogliormella
Seat 5:  Mike Gogliormella  -  2,225,000  (22 bb)

Mike Gogliormella is from the Bronx in New York City and he works in Brokerage Operations. Mike has been doing that for the past 14 years but he decided to enter his first World Poker Tour event here at the Borgata Winter Poker Open. He has turned $3,500 into a six-figure score in Atlantic City. He is in fifth chip position at the start of the final table. He is married with two children and earned a degree in Marketing from St. Johns University. The 39-year-old is an active player at the tables that describes his playing style as loose.



5726 Andy Hwang
Seat 6:  Yung "Andy" Hwang  -  9,550,000  (95 bb)

Andy Hwang enters the final table with the chip lead, which is a title he has held in this tournament for quite some time. Hwang was a dominant chip leader throughout the play-down day on Thursday and if things go well he could claim the top prize in this tournament worth $730,053. That would top his largest previous cash, which was a fifth-place finish in the World Series of Poker Circuit National Championship in 2012 (good for $103,322). The 27-year-old poker professional from Houston, Texas has $247,099 in career earnings but this is his first WPT cash.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Jeremy Druckman, Matt Salsberg, Matt Haugen, James Anderson, Mike Gogliormella, Andy Hwang Hwang, Borgata, Season XI
12:52 PM, 02/01/13

Hand #80: Jeremy Stein Eliminated in 8th Place ($89,598)

Level 30: 40,000-80,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #80  -  Yung Hwang min-raises from middle position to 160,000, Jeremy Druckman reraises from the cutoff to 440,000, and Jeremy Stein moves all in from the button for about 620,000.

Hwang folds, and Druckman calls with KspadeQheart. Stein turns over AdiamondQspade, and he is a dominant favorite to double up here.

The board comes 8heart4spade2heartKheart3club, and Druckman pairs his king on the turn to win the pot and eliminate Jeremy Stein in eighth place.

Jeremy Druckman  -  5,020,000  (62 bb)
Jeremy Stein  -  Out in 8th Place  ($89,598)

Sorted In: Jeremy Druckman, Jeremy Stein, Borgata, Season XI
12:39 AM, 02/01/13

Hands #71-73: Jeremy Druckman Wins a 2.6M Pot

Level 30: 40,000-80,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #71  -  Yung Hwang min-raises from the hijack to 160,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #72  -  Yung Hwang min-raises from middle position to 160,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #73  -  Jeremy Druckman min-raises from the hijack to 160,000, and Jim Anderson calls from the big blind. The flop comes AclubQclub9diamond, Anderson checks, Druckman bets 120,000, and Anderson calls.

The turn is the 2spade, Anderson checks, Druckman bets 275,000, and Anderson calls. The river is the 8spade, Anderson checks, Druckman bets 750,000, and Anderson calls.

Druckman shows 9club9heart to win the pot, and Anderson mucks.

Sorted In: Jeremy Druckman, Jim Anderson, Borgata, Season XI
12:26 AM, 02/01/13

Joe Serock Out in 14th Place ($28,207)

Level 28: 25,000-50,000, 4,000 ante

Jeremy Druckman raises under the gun to 106,000, WPT Player of the Year Joe Serock reraises from the button to 240,000, and Druckman moves all in.

Serock calls all in for about 1.25 million with AspadeKclub, but Druckman dominates him with AclubAdiamond. The two players are nearly even in chips.

The board comes Kdiamond8spade4heartQclub5heart, and Serock pairs his king on the flop but improves no further. Druckman wins the pot with his pocket aces.

Their chip stacks are counted down, and Druckman has Serock ever-so-slightly covered -- Joe Serock is eliminated.

Jeremy Druckman  -  2,600,000
Joe Serock  -  Out in 14th Place  ($28,207)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Jeremy Druckman, Joe Serock, Borgata, Season XI
08:33 PM, 01/31/13

Patrick Chan vs. Jeremy Druckman

Level 26: 15,000-30,000, 3,000 ante

Patrick Chan raises under the gun and Jeremy Druckman calls from the big blind.

The flop falls Tspade6club3diamond and Druckman checks. Chan continues for 70,000 before Druckman near clicks it back to 145,000. Chan comes over the top to 300,000, only to see Druckman move all in for 839,000. Chan tanks, but folds.

Jeremy Druckman - 1,200,000 (40 bb)
Patrick Chan - 610,000 (20 bb)

Sorted In: Jeremy Druckman, Patrick Chan, Borgata, Season XI
04:38 PM, 01/31/13

Sam Taylor Doubles Thru Jeremy Druckman

Level 25: 12,000-24,000, 3,000 ante

Action folds to Sam Taylor in the small blind and he raises to 62,000. Jeremy Druckman three-bets to 174,000 from the big blind, but Taylor comes right back over the top with a four-bet to 575,000. Druckman five-bet shoves with the the bigger stack and Taylor calls all in for 1,138,000 with 6diamond6heart, racing with the AclubQspade of Druckman.

The flop falls Qdiamond3heart3spade to pair Druckman, but the 6spade lands on the turn to give Taylor sixes full. The 2heart river is no help to Druckman and secures the pot for Taylor.

Sam Taylor - 2,300,000 (95 bb)
Jeremy Druckman - 1,120,000 (46 bb)

Sorted In: Sam Taylor, Jeremy Druckman, Borgata, Season XI
03:20 PM, 01/31/13
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